When Claude Monet (1840-1926) laid out his famous garden at Giverny, he used it as a motif for many of his garden pictures. The artwork “Water-Lily Pond with Japanese Bridge” was painted in 1899. In the last few years of his life, Claude Monet had developed a severe eye disease. This handicap became increasingly visible in his pictures. After two surgeries his eyesight was back, but suffering from depression, he even destroyed half-finished pictures and sketches because he would not allow them to be sold. He died in Giverny on December 5, 1926.
Contents 40cm x 50cm rigid painting cardboard with canvas structure finish with precise pre-printed contours with well legible numbers, water-based acrylic paints that are ready-to-paint pre-mixed colours, brush with a fine tip, control template and detailed instructions for successful results.